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Bolsonaro, Lula headed to runoff after tight Brazil election

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By DIANE JEANTET and MAURICIO SAVARESE

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When Bolsonaro visited new New York recently he had to eat a pizza outside on the street as he couldn't enter the restaurant because he's unvaccinated.

Brazilians were shocked that their head of state was treated in such a manner but they praised their leaders brave stance against unfair and discriminatory mandates.

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Go LULA defeat the fascism in Brazil !!..

On Saturday, Bolsonaro shared social media posts by right-leaning foreign politicians, including former U.S. President Donald Trump, who called on Brazilians to vote for him. Israel’s former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed gratitude for stronger bilateral relations and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán also praised him.

Between fascist psychopaths they understand each other well..

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The loser bolsanaro, knowing well that he will lose, is trying to pull a trump by making allegations on the election process.

He is trying to file up the military with his lies, he needs to be thrown into the dumpster and then prosecuted for his crimes.

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Bolsonaro = environmental criminal.

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A US backed rich white climate criminal vs a possibly corrupt left winger who cares about poor people. I’m watching this one.

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btw, The US is actually backing the ”left winger”.

what happened to that 14 point lead the left wing supposedly had in the fake news polling?

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what happened to that 14 point lead the left wing supposedly had in the fake news polling?

I see you getting into charachter here, setting up the steal.

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With 99.5% of he votes tallied on Sunday's election, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva had 48.3% support and President Jair Bolsonaro had 43.3% support.

Lula da Silva is just short of winning.

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It’s right here in the article.

The last Datafolha survey published Saturday found a 50% to 36% advantage for da Silva. It interviewed 12,800 people, with a margin of error of 2 percentage points.

“2 percent margin of error” my buttocks.

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“2 percent margin of error” my buttocks.

Da Silva got 48.4%, a 1.6% difference from your buttocks. Although the Brazilian Trump margin was about 7% out. Probably because people are too embarrased to admit that they support the madman. Familiar?

Seems like the election might have been 'Stolen' from Da Silva. No evidence of this yet, but that shouldn't be allowed to get in the way of 'facts'.

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Sure thing. Except that’s not how “margin of error” works.

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Brazilians were shocked that their head of state was treated in such a manner but they praised their leaders brave stance against unfair and discriminatory mandate

And now they're gonna vote him out, lol

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